With a site area of 10,000 square meters, there are four main and several courtyards, all surrounded by a series of interconnected Qing Dynasty single-storey pavilions with a more recently constructed three-storey pavilion near entrance.
The premises was once operated as the Beijing Sichuan Restaurant for thirty-seven years. The designation of the site as a historical landmark required that no architectural alterations be made to the original structure.
However, the buildings were fully renovated internally to improve the quality of fitting and finishes while maintaining the intrinsic character of the buildings and courtyards.
Members’ areas include most of the traditional buildings and the upper two floors of the three-storey pavilion where the luxurious members’ suites are located .The ground floor of the pavilion is the popular and well-acclaimed pavilion lounge.